Hashhush’ by Hilde Krohn Huse is a visual depiction of a twitter event. This time based media artwork was commissioned by the Museum of London in partnership with the Slade School of Fine Art and supported by Arts Council England.
This is a collaboration between The Slade School of Fine Art, UCL and Red House, National Trust. Red House is the iconic home of William Morris - writer, artist, craftsman, socialist and founder of the Arts & Crafts movement.
About running, by runners, for runners - as well as non-runners, sceptics, and everyone else from all walks of life (and those who prefer to sit on the fence).
FLEX is a 4 year collaborative project between Camden Arts Centre, The Slade Research Centre and Undergraduate Sculpture at The Slade School of Fine Art, UCL.
The Slade School of Fine Art hosts short taster presentations on current research projects at the Wilkins North Cloisters, Wilkins Building, UCL on Wednesday 28 May, 2 - 5pm 2014.
Current Slade students are showing in Second Person Looking Out, at UCL Art Museum, South Cloisters, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, from 12 May - 13 June 2014. See www.ucl.ac.uk/museums/uclart.
Students from the Slade School of Fine Art take up residence at the UCL Rock Room for a single day of intervention.
How can we see in 4 dimensions? What does the 4th dimension even mean?
The Shelter, facilitated by current student Ellen Yeon Kim, takes place at Main Quad, UCL, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT, from 3 - 31 March 2014.
Artists from the MPhil/PHD programme at the Slade School of Fine Art explore a range of views, approaches, and ideas in relation to material manifestations of creative thinking and research.
UCL will commemorate the twentieth anniversary of Derek Jarman’s death with a study day on 13 February 2014 focused on the spaces of his life and work.
Professor Susan Collins gives her inaugural lecture at the Wilkins Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, 2nd Floor, South Junction, Wilkins Building, UCL, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT, on Tuesday 4 February 2014 at 6.30pm.
Time-Based Media presents selected works from the Slade School of Fine Art, acquired by UCL Art Museum through the William Coldstream Prize.
A celebration of artworks by Slade staff, students, alumni and special guests. Prints and multiples will be for sale with all proceeds supporting Slade student scholarships.
This show was the result of a collaboration between Graduate Painting at the Slade School of Fine Art and thewindshow exhibition space at Camden People’s Theatre.
Four recent graduates of the Slade School of Fine Art: Robert Crosse, Jennifer Martin, Hannah Shin and Zoe Shoenherr travelled to Qatar for four weeks to work alongside four emerging Qatari artists using studio space at the Msheireb Arts Centre, Qatar.
The Slade MFA/MA Interim Show offers a chance to see the work of MFA & MA Fine Art students entering their second year of study at the Slade.
Beefeater 24 is giving up-and-coming artists the opportunity to have their design featuring on the next Beefeater 24 limited edition gift pack. For Slade School of Fine Art students, the best entry will win £1,000.
Sculpture students from the Slade School of Fine Art at UCL have been invited to create works in response to the Museum’s collections.
habits, cleavages and fractures is a one day pop-up exhibition staged by Graduate Sculpture students from the Slade School of Fine Art.
The Slade Salon is an afternoon of short taster presentations on current research projects at the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, with video montages of staff and student work on display.
Duet is the fifth annual collaboration between the Slade School of Fine Art and UCL Art Museum.
Slade MFA student Sarah Cameron has been awarded a commission by the Grant Museum, funded by Department of Culture, Media and Sport, Wolfson Museum and Galleries Improvement Fund.
Slade students took part in helping to devise and perform in the dance section of lecturer Hayley Newman's Crisis Cabaret at the Barbican Theatre on the 13th March 2013.
Laird PLC ran a competition, partnered with Arts & Business, to find an artist who could help improve the aesthetic environment of their meeting room space at 100 Pall Mall.
The Provost Portrait competition was launched to mark the end of UCL Provost, Professor Malcolm Grant’s tenure, and open exclusively to students and recent graduates of the Slade School of Fine Art.
Videoooooh was a collaboration between the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL The One Minutes Foundation, Amsterdam and the Flemish/Dutch house de Buren, Brussels.
Vincula, was a group exhibition of new artworks made in response to past masters.
Two days of performances from students from the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL.
Visual Thinking is an ongoing series of events offering a platform for research based in contemporary visual arts practice.
In 2011 UCL Engineering Department commissioned students from the Slade School of Fine Art to design a 12 floor digital artwork for the Roberts Building main stairwell.
The Denys Holland Portrait Competition invited submissions from all current and graduating students at the Slade School of Fine Art (UCL) in 2010/11.
A programme of extraordinary performances never seen on television. Slade School of Fine Art students presented for the stage re-enactments of famous deaths, song, dance, slaughter, eating, incontinence and much more.
Ahead of its move to new global headquarters at Nottingham's NG2 development in 2010, Speedo launched a competition for designers and artists to create art installations and furnishings for their new building and students from the Slade School of Fine Art were invited to submit ideas.
For one week in the spring of 2010 and again for a week in spring 2011 students took up residence in the windows of the Heal’s store on Tottenham Court Road to create original and limited edition artwork and installations as part of Artists in Residence 2010 and Artists in Residence 2011.
Black and White Flower Painting, 2010 is a collaborative painting project between students and staff in Graduate Painting at the Slade School of Fine Art, UCL, and is now installed in St Mary’s Hospital’s Clarence Wing.
The Big Painting Project has been a feature of the Undergraduate Painting Area since academic year 2007- 8.
Slade graduate students have been pioneering one-week residencies at Kurt Schwitters' Merzbarn in Cumbria funded by the Slade Project Award Fund and organized by Professor Edward Allington, Head of Graduate Sculpture.